4 Clarify that "divs" are <div> tags.
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Yes! I think I got it, the solution is:

PUZZLINGSTACKEXCHANGE

Steps to solution:

1.

Walrus from Beynac

details:

Wikipedia says Beynac is 'a commune in western France', Walrus translates to french Morse, that suggests Morse code was used

2.

Oddly placed divs in<div> tags amid binary numbers (in the puzzle's edit history)

details:

After splitting binary by divs<div> and substituting ones for dots and zeros for dashes and decoding message using Morse code I got WBGGSPUNZAHJRLEJOHUNL (also there is a new line at end of that string but I just ignored it)

3.

Number hidden in first stanza

details:

Dozen less half = 12 - 12/2 = 6
Baker's dozen = 13
Together it's 19

4.

Caesar cipher

details:

I guess last past of the riddle was supposed to guide me to Caesar cipher but I just blind guessed to use it :)
Now we just need to apply 19 to shift string from step 2. Et voilà!

OP Reason: Actually the first stanza's solution is this:
When all is going = rot
a dozen less half, be sure to bring the Baker back = 6+1 aka 7
So together they make rot7.
But this is how the cipher was made, so in actuality, rot19 is required to decipher it.

Yes! I think I got it, the solution is:

PUZZLINGSTACKEXCHANGE

Steps to solution:

1.

Walrus from Beynac

details:

Wikipedia says Beynac is 'a commune in western France', Walrus translates to french Morse, that suggests Morse code was used

2.

Oddly placed divs in binary

details:

After splitting binary by divs and substituting ones for dots and zeros for dashes and decoding message using Morse code I got WBGGSPUNZAHJRLEJOHUNL (also there is a new line at end of that string but I just ignored it)

3.

Number hidden in first stanza

details:

Dozen less half = 12 - 12/2 = 6
Baker's dozen = 13
Together it's 19

4.

Caesar cipher

details:

I guess last past of the riddle was supposed to guide me to Caesar cipher but I just blind guessed to use it :)
Now we just need to apply 19 to shift string from step 2. Et voilà!

OP Reason: Actually the first stanza's solution is this:
When all is going = rot
a dozen less half, be sure to bring the Baker back = 6+1 aka 7
So together they make rot7.
But this is how the cipher was made, so in actuality, rot19 is required to decipher it.

Yes! I think I got it, the solution is:

PUZZLINGSTACKEXCHANGE

Steps to solution:

1.

Walrus from Beynac

details:

Wikipedia says Beynac is 'a commune in western France', Walrus translates to french Morse, that suggests Morse code was used

2.

Oddly placed <div> tags amid binary numbers (in the puzzle's edit history)

details:

After splitting binary by <div> and substituting ones for dots and zeros for dashes and decoding message using Morse code I got WBGGSPUNZAHJRLEJOHUNL (also there is a new line at end of that string but I just ignored it)

3.

Number hidden in first stanza

details:

Dozen less half = 12 - 12/2 = 6
Baker's dozen = 13
Together it's 19

4.

Caesar cipher

details:

I guess last past of the riddle was supposed to guide me to Caesar cipher but I just blind guessed to use it :)
Now we just need to apply 19 to shift string from step 2. Et voilà!

OP Reason: Actually the first stanza's solution is this:
When all is going = rot
a dozen less half, be sure to bring the Baker back = 6+1 aka 7
So together they make rot7.
But this is how the cipher was made, so in actuality, rot19 is required to decipher it.

3 added 3 characters in body
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Yes! I think I got it, the solution is:

PUZZLINGSTACKEXCHANGE

Steps to solution:

1.

Walrus from Beynac

details:

Wikipedia says Beynac is 'a commune in western France', Walrus translates to french Morse, that suggests Morse code was used

2.

oddlyOddly placed divs in binary

details:

After splitting binary by divs and substituting ones for dots and zeros for dashes and decoding message using Morse code I got WBGGSPUNZAHJRLEJOHUNL (also there is a new line at end of that string but I just ignored it)

3.

Number hidden in first stanza Number hidden in first stanza

details:

Dozen less half = 12 - 12/2 = 6
Baker's dozen = 13
Together it's 19

4.

Caesar cipher

details:

I guess last past of the riddle was supposed to guide me to Caesar cipher but I just blind guessed to use it :)
Now we just need to apply 19 to shift string from step 2. ViolaEt voilà!

OP Reason: Actually the first stanza's solution is this:
When all is going = rot
a dozen less half, be sure to bring the Baker back = 6+1 aka 7
So together they make rot7.
But this is how the cipher was made, so in actuality, rot19 is required to decipher it.

Yes! I think I got it, the solution is:

PUZZLINGSTACKEXCHANGE

Steps to solution:

1.

Walrus from Beynac

details:

Wikipedia says Beynac is 'a commune in western France', Walrus translates to french Morse, that suggests Morse code was used

2.

oddly placed divs in binary

details:

After splitting binary by divs and substituting ones for dots and zeros for dashes and decoding message using Morse code I got WBGGSPUNZAHJRLEJOHUNL (also there is a new line at end of that string but I just ignored it)

3.

Number hidden in first stanza

details:

Dozen less half = 12 - 12/2 = 6
Baker's dozen = 13
Together it's 19

4.

Caesar cipher

details:

I guess last past of the riddle was supposed to guide me to Caesar cipher but I just blind guessed to use it :)
Now we just need to apply 19 to shift string from step 2. Viola!

OP Reason: Actually the first stanza's solution is this:
When all is going = rot
a dozen less half, be sure to bring the Baker back = 6+1 aka 7
So together they make rot7.
But this is how the cipher was made, so in actuality, rot19 is required to decipher it.

Yes! I think I got it, the solution is:

PUZZLINGSTACKEXCHANGE

Steps to solution:

1.

Walrus from Beynac

details:

Wikipedia says Beynac is 'a commune in western France', Walrus translates to french Morse, that suggests Morse code was used

2.

Oddly placed divs in binary

details:

After splitting binary by divs and substituting ones for dots and zeros for dashes and decoding message using Morse code I got WBGGSPUNZAHJRLEJOHUNL (also there is a new line at end of that string but I just ignored it)

3.

Number hidden in first stanza

details:

Dozen less half = 12 - 12/2 = 6
Baker's dozen = 13
Together it's 19

4.

Caesar cipher

details:

I guess last past of the riddle was supposed to guide me to Caesar cipher but I just blind guessed to use it :)
Now we just need to apply 19 to shift string from step 2. Et voilà!

OP Reason: Actually the first stanza's solution is this:
When all is going = rot
a dozen less half, be sure to bring the Baker back = 6+1 aka 7
So together they make rot7.
But this is how the cipher was made, so in actuality, rot19 is required to decipher it.

2 Adding the solution to the first Stanza
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Yes! I think I got it, the solution is:

PUZZLINGSTACKEXCHANGE

Steps to solution:

1.

Walrus from Beynac

details:

Wikipedia says Beynac is 'a commune in western France', Walrus translates to french Morse, that suggests Morse code was used

2.

oddly placed divs in binary

details:

After splitting binary by divs and substituting ones for dots and zeros for dashes and decoding message using Morse code I got WBGGSPUNZAHJRLEJOHUNL (also there is a new line at end of that string but I just ignored it)

3.

Number hidden in first stanza

details:

Dozen less half = 12 - 12/2 = 6
Baker's dozen = 13
Together it's 19

4.

Caesar cipher

details:

I guess last past of the riddle was supposed to guide me to Caesar cipher but I just blind guessed to use it :)
Now we just need to apply 19 to shift string from step 2. Viola!

OP Reason: Actually the first stanza's solution is this:
When all is going = rot
a dozen less half, be sure to bring the Baker back = 6+1 aka 7
So together they make rot7.
But this is how the cipher was made, so in actuality, rot19 is required to decipher it.

Yes! I think I got it, the solution is:

PUZZLINGSTACKEXCHANGE

Steps to solution:

1.

Walrus from Beynac

details:

Wikipedia says Beynac is 'a commune in western France', Walrus translates to french Morse, that suggests Morse code was used

2.

oddly placed divs in binary

details:

After splitting binary by divs and substituting ones for dots and zeros for dashes and decoding message using Morse code I got WBGGSPUNZAHJRLEJOHUNL (also there is a new line at end of that string but I just ignored it)

3.

Number hidden in first stanza

details:

Dozen less half = 12 - 12/2 = 6
Baker's dozen = 13
Together it's 19

4.

Caesar cipher

details:

I guess last past of the riddle was supposed to guide me to Caesar cipher but I just blind guessed to use it :)
Now we just need to apply 19 to shift string from step 2. Viola!

Yes! I think I got it, the solution is:

PUZZLINGSTACKEXCHANGE

Steps to solution:

1.

Walrus from Beynac

details:

Wikipedia says Beynac is 'a commune in western France', Walrus translates to french Morse, that suggests Morse code was used

2.

oddly placed divs in binary

details:

After splitting binary by divs and substituting ones for dots and zeros for dashes and decoding message using Morse code I got WBGGSPUNZAHJRLEJOHUNL (also there is a new line at end of that string but I just ignored it)

3.

Number hidden in first stanza

details:

Dozen less half = 12 - 12/2 = 6
Baker's dozen = 13
Together it's 19

4.

Caesar cipher

details:

I guess last past of the riddle was supposed to guide me to Caesar cipher but I just blind guessed to use it :)
Now we just need to apply 19 to shift string from step 2. Viola!

OP Reason: Actually the first stanza's solution is this:
When all is going = rot
a dozen less half, be sure to bring the Baker back = 6+1 aka 7
So together they make rot7.
But this is how the cipher was made, so in actuality, rot19 is required to decipher it.

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